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Three best pals and their exquisitely-built equine assistants take the comedy podcast world by storm with this biweeklyish show dedicated to bringing absolute ruckus and hullabaloo. Expect nothing but the best nonsense money can buy. Except its free. And f*ck the Blue Man Group!Instagram: @slappinbirdpod SoundCloud.com/SlappinBirdPod
 
After 25 years at the Late Night desk, Conan realized that the only people at his holiday party are the men and women who work for him. Over the years and despite thousands of interviews, Conan has never made a real and lasting friendship with any of his celebrity guests. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Deeper, unboundedly playful, and free from FCC regulations, Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend is a weekly opportunity for Conan to hang out with the people he enjoys most and perhaps fin ...
 
Welcome to ‘The Last Laugh,’ the podcast where comedians get real. Every Tuesday, The Daily Beast’s Matt Wilstein will interview some of the biggest names in comedy—as well as the new voices crashing the party—about what it’s like to be a comedian in this current cultural and political moment.
 
Tupac and Dr. Dre's "California Love" served as a love letter and anthem for a generation. The song inspired author and New York Times writer, Walter Thompson-Hernández, to create a show as prescient as it is personal. In his "California Love" series, Walter invites listeners to join him in his family home, on horseback through the streets of Compton, and up into the sky to examine belonging. Walter takes us deep into his own story as he explores what it means for him to love Los Angeles.
 
As an editor and writer for Fast Company magazine, KC Ifeanyi covers some of the most creative minds in film, television, business and beyond. In this podcast, he unpacks the most frustrating parts of the creative process by talking to psychologists, scholars, and experts who are on the forefront of understanding creativity.
 
If you've always wanted to know what the real story was behind some of wrestling's biggest moments, Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard will finally give you the real answer. A terrific storyteller, Bruce has done and seen it all and now he's going to share it all with you so sit back and be ready for a wild ride! Join Bruce and his partner in crime, Conrad Thompson as they take you through the WWF's expansion in the 80s, Houston Wrestling, the challenging early 90s for the WWF, the GWF ...
 
In May of 1980, the sleepy streets of Norco, California were turned into an all-out war zone in what is one of the most violent bank robberies in American history. From LAist Studios in collaboration with Futuro Studios comes the new podcast—Norco ’80 based on the book by Peter Houlahan. Listen as host and producer Antonia Cereijido tells the unbelievable true story about God, guns, survivalism and the bank robbery that changed policing in America forever. Using eyewitness testimony and neve ...
 
Always part of Romania's biggest events, Marius Onuc is the only Romanian Dj to play in the Swedish House Mafia show and Sensation White show. He has shared the DJ booth with artists as : Eric Prydz , Pete Tong, Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell, Claptone, Denis Ferrer, Tom Novy, Joris Delacroix, Roger Sanchez, Ernesto Ferreyra, Solomun, Miguel Campbell, Pig & Dan, Phil Weeks and many more.
 
Growing up, I was taught to say that I was “ok” when I really wasn’t. Mental health just wasn’t something that anyone in my family or community talked about or even had access to. Yet pretty much everyone was affected by it. Today, young people of color are disproportionately affected by mental health issues and are not getting the resources they need, and I want to change that. And this is why this podcast exists. Yeah No, I’m Not Ok, my new podcast made in collaboration with LAist Studios, ...
 
Live at the Lortel offers audiences an opportunity to hear from their favorite stage performers and artists in an intimate setting – the 299-seat Lucille Lortel Theatre. Guided by host, interviewer, and professional theatre- lover Eric Ostrow, these conversations dig deep into the artists’ work and career, including past, current, and future projects.
 
Based inside the beltline in Raleigh, North Carolina, Lauren Van Hemert is an award-winning podcaster who has been covering regional theater for over three years. She has been called a "pioneer" for her community-based approach to cultural arts reporting and candid conversations about diversity and inclusion in the theater industry. Her guests have included Tony Award-winners, Broadway veterans, international recording artists, and television icons, including Eric Woodall, Lauren Kennedy, Ro ...
 
Y'all Ever is a big dumb show that believes you are not alone. Your life is relatable and your pain is relatable and comedian Hampton Yount wants you to know that. Every week he reads your embarrassing stories, your stories of struggle, your stories of mental illness and more, to let you know that you are not the only person going through it. There is also a lot of laughing, and stupidity, and Rage Against the Machine jokes, because Hampton is going through it too, and can only cope with it ...
 
Here on Casting The Net, Ken-K and Whiskey show some love to all the movies that didn't quite make it to theaters, but that shouldn't stop you from checking them out on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, OnDemand, or however you all choose to discover new and original movies in the comfort of your own home.
 
Get Motivated and Inspired with your host Mark Jones, Co-Founder of ReviewMyMortgage.com, Top Producing Branch Manager for Directions Home Loan, and an Investor out of San Antonio, Texas. “Through the stories of millennial entrepreneurs, we hope to inspire and empower.... not entitle.” Join us as we make sense of a million dollar mindset.New Guest Episode Every Other Monday, in addition to weekly Millennial Tips, Market Updates, and Other Millennial Hacks. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel fo ...
 
A podcast on the hunt to unearth and explore the personalities of Austin, TX and understand how the city itself infuses each resident with creativity and drive. Mike Donello, a local musician from South Austin hosts “Chilling on the Southside” with co-host Wallace Weatherspoon, a local film director and producer. The podcast got its name and theme from one of Mike’s original songs, called Southside. The song’s laid back vibes and hook “Chilling on the Southside” was certainly put to good use ...
 
Join host Gregory Berg for Radio Enso- Tools and Inspiration for Conscious Living, every Monday at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on the BlogTalkRadio network. Radio Enso is a weekly, in-depth conversation with personal development leaders, thought leaders, and inspirational people from around the world. I aim to discover what makes other creatives, seekers, and non-conformists tick. We discuss a wide variety of topics including alternative career and lifestyle options, spirituality, travel, philo ...
 
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Welcome to The Nothing Shocking Podcast 2.0 Reboot episode 52, on this episode our guest is Mike Protich of the Violent and Red Sun Rising. In this episode we discuss his latest project The Violent, new music, and his former band Red Sun Rising, and more! For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/mikeprotichmusic/ https://theviolentmusic…
 
We are back to in person podcasts from now on! Today I sit down with comedian Todd Glass. We talk about my chickens passing, complacency, homophobia, Paris Hilton, bone spurs, what touring is like, TikTok, and much more! This episode is also brought to you by Liquid IV. Get 25% off when you go to http://www.liquidiv.com and use the code “Bert” at c…
 
We've witnessed plenty of historic moments with Joe Biden as president: widespread COVID-19 vaccinations, the reunion of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Mare of Easttown. But Arizona Republicans are attempting to prove otherwise with an unprecedented vote recount of the 2020 election. Sam talks to Jessica Huseman, editorial director at Votebeat, ab…
 
Biracial identity and crisis management was the big topic of this conversation, we talked a lot of shit but I dropped a bomb about my childhood personally on here and am really hoping that you hear this was coming from a place of healing for me. It’s extremely hard for men to talk about their mental health so just understand we need this more than …
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce and Conrad revisit The Undertaker's unforgettable 1998! Check out these matches: Casket match vs. Shawn Michaels at Royal Rumble. Inferno match vs. Kane at Unforgiven. Main eventing SummerSlam vs. Steve Austin...and who could forget, the Hell in a Cell match vs. Mankind that will be immortalized by pro…
 
This episode we are joined by Sean Murphy, lead developer of Piece By Piece XR Development. Sean is working on Void Rifter, an arcade mech boomer shooter for VR. Sean shares his background in XR, his love for Halo 3 and all things co-op as well as tips and tricks for game development. Join his Dischord for alpha access and get your dog back! Or get…
 
What if an implant in your brain allowed you to just think of words in order to have them appear on a screen, instead of typing them out with your fingers? Scientists at Stanford University in California have achieved that in a test. It allowed a man with full-body paralysis to communicate using a neural implant, but some observers have raised ethi…
 
We hear the story of Skye, an Indigenous teen who died of a drug overdose on her 17th birthday. Before her death, Skye had been in government care in B.C. for 12 years, lived in eight different foster homes, and was the subject of three failed adoptions. A new report from British Columbia's Children and Youth Representative looks at how the foster …
 
Today on The Current, we're celebrating Canada's class of 2021. With graduations delayed or cancelled due to the pandemic, we're talking to graduating post-secondary students from across the country about the year they've had, and their hopes and dreams for the future.Matt Galloway talks to Sila Rogan at the University of British Columbia; Omar Elc…
 
It's been five years since B.C. declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, but a report from the First Nations Health Authority shows a 119 per cent increase in toxic drug deaths among First Nations people in 2020. The organization's acting chief medical officer Dr. Shannon McDonald joins us to discuss the role that trauma and racism pla…
 
Muslim women say they are often victims of hate speech and violence because of their appearance, and the fact that their faith is more visible. To discuss their experiences and what needs to change to make them feel safe in their communities, Matt Galloway talks to Areej Ansari, a fourth-year student at Western University in London, Ont.; Wati Rahm…
 
A female carpenter in Toronto recently faced a lawsuit after she criticized remarks about sexual harassment made on a podcast about the construction industry. We discuss sexism in the industry with Kendall Ansell, owner of Belle Construction in Vancouver; and Shawna Henderson, founder and CEO of Bfreehomes Design and Blue House Energy in Nova Scoti…
 
With graduations cancelled or scaled back for another year, we talk to Leonard Menon, who is graduating with a bachelor of music from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, about his hopes and dreams for the future. Tune in Thursday for a full special program dedicated to the class of 2021.
 
Zakiya Dalila Harris was working as an editorial assistant at a New York publisher when she ran into another Black woman for the first time on her office floor. That's when she got the idea for her book, The Other Black Girl. What's it like when you're used to being the only one, but now there's another one like you? And what if things get weird? L…
 
Be sure to vote for Beltline to Broadway in Indy Week's Best of the Triangle Reader's Poll (Best Facebook Page). Click this link to vote for all your favorite businesses and organizations. Episodes Mentioned in this Podcast Episode 1: Jerome Davis Episode 9: Roy Dicks Episode 24: Theater for Young Audiences Episode 52: Michael Larson Episode 16: Er…
 
Vancouver's Archbishop J. Michael Miller offered an apology after preliminary findings from a radar survey of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in B.C. indicated that as many as 215 children could be buried on the site. He tells us why he felt it was important to apologize, and what must happen next.…
 
Four members of a Muslim family were killed in London, Ont., in what's being investigated as an intentional and targeted attack. Aarij Anwer, imam at London Muslim Mosque, tells us how his community is coping, and we discuss Islamophobia in Canada with Mustafa Farooq, CEO of the National Council of Canadian Muslims; and Irfan Chaudhry, director of …
 
Global health experts are calling for a dramatic change in how we manufacture vaccines, to increase supply and help the world tackle this pandemic — but also plan for the next one. We hear about proposals to ramp up production, and how Canada could be part of the solution, with Dr. Prabhat Jha, an epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public H…
 
Comedian Gina Yashere’s new memoir is titled ‘Cack-Handed,’ which, she explains, means “left-handed or awkward and clumsy, which I am all of these things.” She’s also the first Brit to perform on ‘Def Comedy Jam,’ a one-time Senior British Correspondent for ‘The Daily Show’ and the co-creator with Chuck Lorre of the CBS sitcom ‘Bob Hearts Abishola,…
 
Paul W. Downs and Lucia Aniello began collaborating as comedy and life partners after meeting in 2007 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and Magnet Theater in New York City. Their early efforts included a webseries for Broadway Video’s Above Average Productions and a one-man show, The Paul Downs Experience, at the UCB in 2010. Since then, you’…
 
Welcome to The Nothing Shocking Podcast 2.0 Reboot episode 51, on this episode our guest is Jesse Damon of Silent Rage. In this episode we discuss his latest solo albums “Damon’s Rage,” (2020) and upcoming “Best of Ballads,” ( Sep - 2021). We discuss some of his other projects Electric Caravan Band, Brothers In Arms, as well as the origins of Silen…
 
The U.S. government says it's taking ransomware attacks as seriously as terrorism after meat plants and a major U.S. pipeline network were temporarily shuttered by hackers. But will that make it any easier to catch the perpetrators? Joe Uchill, a senior reporter with online cybersecurity publication SC Media, brings us the view from Washington. We …
 
You may remember hearing stories about goats overtaking human spaces last year, as the pandemic forced people to remain indoors. Amanda Bates, an associate professor of ocean sciences at Memorial University of Newfoundland, led an international study into how COVID-19 lockdowns have affected the natural world. She joins us to talk about the finding…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce and Conrad profile the career of Ahmed Johnson! The guys discuss breaking into the business, his run in the Global Wrestling Federation, his WWF debut, Bill Watt's wanting to call him "Buck Johnson", winning the Intercontinental Championship, and so much more! The online application is so easy – you ca…
 
Actor/director John Krasinski feels effervescent about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. John sits down with Conan to talk about going from an intern at Late Night to a megastar as Jim on The Office, favorite bits out of Boston, and the parallels between his new film A Quiet Place Part II and the tumultuous year of pandemic. Plus, Conan puts his vocal …
 
In this new installment of COTS we hang out with our pals Michael and Matticus, the creators of Boothandstager.com. Founded in Austin, TX, Booth & Stager is a new site that helps artists of all types sell their own merch with no cost to the artist upfront. Currently they are the exclusive provider for the new Mike Donello & the New Essentials cloth…
 
Today I sit down with comedian Stavros Halkias. We talk about going bald, his nude modeling, Greece, losing his front tooth, confidence, Cum Town, partying, and much more! Check out Stavros’ Podcast “Cum Town” wherever you get yours! This episode is brought to you by Better Help. Get 10% off your first month with the discount code “BERT”. Get start…
 
When Pride comes around every June, the same arguments start up again— should there be kink, cops and corporations at Pride? And who is Pride for? Sam talks to writer and author Roxane Gay about why the queer community has the same conversations year after year and what they mean for what Pride is today. Plus, actress and filmmaker Natalie Morales …
 
With the Juno Awards just days away, we take a look at the Canadian music industry — one of the hardest hit by the pandemic — with Chris Frayer, artistic director of the Winnipeg Folk Festival; Amy Millan of the band Stars; and Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce are the hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids.…
 
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